Swing A Ring

Stephanie gracefully swing across the still rings in Park City, Utah, United States.

Mesmerizing: Adventure is Calling

Now Shane is back with a sequel, "Adventure Is Calling II." The material for the new video was gathered through his continued travels throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea

Coral reefs are home to almost a quarter of all marine species. In this new exhibition you will meet the inhabitants of these richly diverse habitats, and find out why reefs are so important and how their future is being secured.

Snake Massage Helps Girl Conquer Fear of Snakes

Sunshine, a 19-year-old college student in Cebu, Philippines, is terrified of snakes and was initially horrified that snake massages even existed.

Incredible Footage: 200 Metre Rope Jump In Paradise

This video was part of Dream Walker's 'Around the World in 80 jumps' expedition and was filmed on the Zakhyntos Island on the Wreck Bay, one of the most famous beaches in Greece.

5-Year-Old Filipino Surfer: Kai Kai Alcala

He started to surf when he was four but always loved playing in water from a very young age. So it wasn’t long before Kai Kai, from the Philippines, picked up a board and followed in his family footsteps.

Mother Rescues Baby Elephant From Muddy Well
The elephant mother actually made the situation worse for her calf when she tried to use her trunk as a rescue rope. She accidentally caused more mud to fall into the well and nearly smothered her baby.
Orphan Elephants Always Gather To Hug This Woman

The 80-year-old grandmother was the first person ever to hand-rear a newborn African elephant in the Seventies and she is still doing it. Today, she has more in her care than at any other time.

World's Scariest Walkway: Caminito del Rey

The name is often shortened to Camino del Rey. The walkway had fallen into disrepair and was partially closed for over a decade. After extensive repairs and renovations in 2011-15, the walkway will re-open on 29 March 2015.

Amazing Close-Up: Minimonsters

Photographer John Hallmén has been fascinated by insects since he was a boy. In the last three years he's made a name for himself by photographing the tiny creatures he finds in the Nackareservatet nature reserve near his home in Stockholm.


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